Duggar cousin Amy King's relationship with Anna Duggar is on shaky ground. The two have been butting heads ever since the mother-of-seven's husband, Josh, was arrested and found guilty on charges of receiving and possessing some of the "worst of the worst" child pornography.
Throughout the year, Amy repeatedly called for Anna to divorce the disgraced reality star, but according to sources, Anna refused to even entertain the idea of leaving the father of her children.
Amy — who is Jim Bob's niece — revealed in May that she hadn't been able to get a hold of Anna personally for months, claiming she no longer answered her calls, texts or social media messages. She later admitted she believed she had been blocked.
"If I were Anna, I can’t imagine the kind of mental state I would be in," Amy said at the time. "It’s going to take a lot of time for her to really understand what’s happening. It’s just really sad."
However, the 35-year-old continued to try to reach out her cousin's wife through Instagram and TikTok videos, begging her to do what is best for her children — Anna shares Mackynzie, 12, Michael, 11, Marcus, 9, Meredith, 7, Mason, 4, Maryella, 2, and Madyson, 10 months with Josh.
"I think it's so incredibly sad that I have to do this post, but let me tell you something," Amy shared in a TikTok on Saturday, May 14. "Anna, I love you - I have loved you since day one you entered our family. But you are showing women all over the world that follow you that it is okay to have an abuser in your home. Around your beautiful children."
"You're showing everyone it's okay to cheat, it's okay to use me as a ragdoll," she continued. "Have more self-respect than that."
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"Narcissists and sociopaths have no guilt about laying in bed next to you while texting another woman or man," the post read. "They can take you out on a date all while they have a significant other."
"They can be married and have kids, all while having multiple online dating profiles. They can follow and comment on dozens of pornographic social media accounts all while simultaneously declaring their primary partner the ‘love of their life’ in public," the quote continued. "Their lack of empathy is stunning; their disrespect has no boundaries."
As OK! previously reported, Judge Timothy L. Brooks sentenced the Counting On alum to 12 years in prison. Along with his prison time, he was also ordered to pay a $50,000 fine and banned him from spending time alone with any minors, including his own children.